A couple of weeks ago, I suggested to my readers that you write down an income number you’re going to achieve in 2022.
Some people have told me it’s hard to get themselves to believe in such a big number, and they just tune out of the whole exercise as a result.
Here’s a tip: If you find it hard to believe in the “big” income number you’d like to achieve, then simply lower it.
Many people sabotage themselves by setting big goals they’re not ready for yet. No problem. Simply increase your goal number to one that you resonate with.
Often times, it’s necessary to prove to ourselves that we are capable of making smaller changes before we make bigger ones.
If you can’t quite buy into doubling your income next year, then how about increasing it by 20%?
Once you achieve that number, it will be easier for you to set your next goal—and then your next.
The key is getting into alignment with your subconscious. It knows what you are capable of achieving right now, so run some numbers by it, and once you feel a target income level is achievable, then write it down and dwell on that.
Visualize it coming true.
And if you do this consistently, it will come true.
By the way: Have you gotten any of the books I recommended in my blog last week?
If not, then there is still time to give yourself a holiday present that will keep on giving.
Just remember: Life is not a dress rehearsal. This is it. Every day is precious, and once it goes by, it isn’t coming around again.
As Jenny Ditzler says, why not live your best life right now?
The ability to do so is truly in your hands.
Grab the reins. Let’s go…